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Electronics/ TV of the 1940s

P.R. Mallory and Company, Incorporated’s Electronics – Electronic Eyes Need Clean Glasses, Too (1948)
P.R. Mallory and Company, Incorporated’s Electronics – Electronic Eyes Need Clean Glasses, Too (1948)
E. H. Scott Radio Laboratorie’s Radio – You Are Making a Substantial Contribution Toward Our Ultimate Triumph Over the Enemies. (1943)
E. H. Scott Radio Laboratorie’s Radio – You Are Making a Substantial Contribution Toward Our Ultimate Triumph Over the Enemies. (1943)
Western Electric’s corporate ad – "Wow! This job sure keeps me hopping!" (1946)
Western Electric’s corporate ad – "Wow! This job sure keeps me hopping!" (1946)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Radio-Phonograph – How to buy a Radio-Phonograph...Just Make this Simple 3-Minute Test (1947)
Zenith Radio Corporation’s Radio-Phonograph – How to buy a Radio-Phonograph...Just Make this Simple 3-Minute Test (1947)
Andrea Radio Corporation’s Andrea DeLuxe Combination – Big Picture (1948)
Andrea Radio Corporation’s Andrea DeLuxe Combination – Big Picture (1948)
Western Electric’s Corporation – "You rang for me?" (1946)
Western Electric’s Corporation – "You rang for me?" (1946)
Zenith Radio Record Player With Cobra Tone Arm (1947)
Zenith Radio Record Player With Cobra Tone Arm (1947)
Jefferson-Travis Radio Manufacturing Corporation’s Radiotelephone – Buses will have ’phones (1943)
Jefferson-Travis Radio Manufacturing Corporation’s Radiotelephone – Buses will have ’phones (1943)
Blaw-Knox Company’s Radio Towers – Delivering Dependability (1943)
Blaw-Knox Company’s Radio Towers – Delivering Dependability (1943)
Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Company’s Control Systems – MH Electronics IN THE AIR (1943)
Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Company’s Control Systems – MH Electronics IN THE AIR (1943)
Motorola’s Portable Radios (1949)
Motorola’s Portable Radios (1949)
Howard Radio Company’s Various – Howard Radio Phonographs with Sensational Acousticolor for Your Listening Pleasure (1946)
Howard Radio Company’s Various – Howard Radio Phonographs with Sensational Acousticolor for Your Listening Pleasure (1946)
Motorola’s Television – Announcing the New Sensationally Low-Priced Motorola Television (1948)
Motorola’s Television – Announcing the New Sensationally Low-Priced Motorola Television (1948)
Tobe Deutschmann Corporation’s Radio Noise Filter – "You Bet the War Has Changed Us!" (1945)
Tobe Deutschmann Corporation’s Radio Noise Filter – "You Bet the War Has Changed Us!" (1945)